Richard David Precht

Aula der Neuen Universität

  • Agent versus consumer
  • Criticism, ethics, utopia - for whom is philosophy practical?
  • Geist Heidelberg, In dialogue

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As a philosopher, Richard David Precht pleads for the “richness of the inner world” by acknowledging philosophy as a classical discipline of self- and world-knowledge. But to whom is philosophy addressed with reasonable criticism, good ethics and possible utopia in practice? Can it solve the dilemma that on the one hand we are conditioned to be selfish consumers and on the other hand there is a need for committed agents who examine arguments rationally, act ethically and work for a future of solidarity?

With:
Prof. Dr. Richard David Precht, Professor of Philosophy, Publicist and Author
Prof.Dr. Kirsten Meyer, Professor of Practical Philosophy, Humboldt University Berlin
Prof. Dr. Dietmar Hübner, Professor of Practical Philosophy, Leibniz University Hanover

In the series Praktisch Philosophie!

In the context of the International Science Festival – Geist Heidelberg

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Unfortunately, the event has to be cancelled. We will try to find an alternative date. Purchased tickets can be returned at the respective advance booking office. Tickets purchased online will be automatically cancelled via our service provider Reservix.

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